Singapore singer Joie Tan and producer TEEMID have reinvented this truly timeless track by creating an EDM-esque musical style to accompany the original’s soulful and funky characteristics. The feminine vocals are perfection with a grooving bassline and deep house appeal. Covering one of the biggest hits in the last decade is no easy feat, but TEEMID AND Joie Tan have done “Crazy” justice.
Cherub‘s Facebook accurately describes them as, “…the dance love child of 80′s funk and pop music from the future.” This electro-pop duo from Nashville, Tennessee, evokes high energy, passion, and a raging crowd wherever they go. “Doses and Mimosas” is their most popular track from their 2012 album, Mom & Dad. Producer Noah Hyde from Boise, Idaho, delivers a fresh synth-pop version of the track.
MNDR is an electro synth-pop duo from New York City consisting of Amanda Warner and Peter Wade. This Hollywood glam pop song is transformed into a chilled out, dreamwave track by Box of Wolves. It may be an unfamiliar name considering this producer submitted this remix as part of an MNDR remix contest. Although he didn’t win, this track is worthy of our ears and attention.
This electro reggae jam by British synth-pop band Hot Chip is taken to the next level by Diplo’s DJ project, Major Lazer. Their style can be characterized by combining components of electronic, reggae, dancehall, moombahton, dubstep, and trap. The remix is featured on Major Lazer‘s mixtape, Major Lazer Strikes Back, Vol. 1. Also check out their second full length album, Free The Universe, released April 2013, featuring collaborations with Vampire Weekend‘s Ezra Koenig, Dirty Projectors‘ Amber Coffman, Tyga, Flux Pavilion, Bruno Mars, Wyclef Jean, Shaggy, and more. Major Lazer will also be performing this Saturday, October 19th, at the Treasure Island Music Festival in San Francisco.